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tomorrow! snoelt it's wednesday, march 2nd and coming up on show,"early today"," super tuesday results are in. and rubio bags his first state. we'll have the recap ahead. scott kelly is back on solid ground after almost a year in outer space. and an k350i9exciting update on j.k. rowelling's "fantastic beast." "early today" starts right now. theers voters have spoken and the big super tuesday winners are donald trump and hillary clinton.
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georgia, massachusetts, virginia and vermont. clinton also won seven taking massachusetts, arkansas, tennessee virginia, texas. and bernie sanders managed four victories. ted cruz won three states, home state of texas, oklahoma, and he just added alaska for good measure. marco rubio pulling out a victory in minnesota. a calmer and more measured version of donald trump is already looking ahead to hillary clinton. >> this has been an amazing period of time. been amazing even from an educational standpoint and honestly, we've done something that almost nobody thought could be done and i'm very proud of it. i am a unifier. i would love to see the republican party and everybody
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we unify, there's nobody, nobody that's going to beat us. i beat hillary in many polls p.. i don't think marco's going to be able to beat her. i'm going to get along great with congress. paul ryan, i don't know him well and we're going to get along well and if we don't, he's going to have to pay a big price, okay. >> and hillary clinton touch ogen the water crisis in flint, michigan and criticizing the gop. >> thank you all so much. what a super tuesday. i'm grateful to all of you who voted for me. to the volunteers and organizers. i know you've worked your hearts out. we know there are many other flints out there. communities that are hurting and need help but wreever come too far in this country to let us turn back.
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progress that we've made. the rhetoric we're hearing on the other side has never been lower. trying to divide america between us and them is wrong and we're not going to let it work. now this campaign moves forward to the crescent city, the motor city and beyond. [ applause ] >> ted cruz surprised some political watchers by taking oklahoma and of course, he had an impressive win in his home state of texas as well as a late victory in alaska. he pitched himself as the trump alternative. >> for the republicans that don't want to see donald as the nominee, i would welcome and encourage them. the only way to beat donald trump is for us to stand together united. if donald trump is the nominee, i think we lose the senate, lose to hillary, lose the supreme court for a generation and the
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it's my hope that as party we come together and say stop this madness. do not nominate a candidate who will drive the party off a cliff. >> well, cruz was able to pick up 171 delegates, rubio, 82 and the donald won 210 delegates, bringing his total to 292. clinton won seven to bernie sanders's four. but he's not too concerned. >> you're going to see a lot of election result ss come in. these are not -- this is not a general election. it's not winner take all. if you get 52%, 48%, you roughly end up with the same amount of delegates in a state. by the end of tonight, we are going to win many hundreds of
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[ applause ] >> sanders picked up 295 delegates last night while clinton won 461, bringing her lead to 979 to 382. so, after spending nearly a year in space, astronaut scott kelly is feeling the full gravity of earth. they landed just before midnight eastern time. kelly and onehad been on board for a record number of days. he and his twin are taking part in stud ayes to learn about the e result of space on the body. we expect to hear from him later today. president obama held a sit down in the oval office yesterday with republicans over the vacancy in the supreme court.
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than an hour and featured mitch mcconnell, democratic senator, patrick leahy and vice president joe biden. it's the first time they met since justice antonin scalia's death. . and the republicans reiterated their stance that they won't take up a president obama nomination this year. afterwards, the two senate leaders expressed their drastically different points of view. >> if the shoe was on the other foot, the democrats the majority would be confirming a republican president's nomination in the last year of his term. of course not. >> we just want them to fulfill their constitutional duty and do their job and at this stage they decided not to do that. they're going to wait and see what president trump will do, i guess. . >> senator reed added after an
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the time talking about basketball. nbc's meteorologist bill karins is here with our wednesday forecast. >> we had severe storms yesterday. alabama got hit. some of the worst damage near birmingham. the only problem spots are northern new england. we have a wintry mess. some freezing rain, others sleet. the white is all snow and we have snow in western and cleveland and pittsburgh, numerous snow showers. we're watching a lot of snow and sleet mixture in maine. these are all winter weather advisories later today. and this is where they're going to get clauberred. so, they love this.
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with as much as six to 12 inches in northern maine. al it will be much k0e8dcolder when you go home today. it will be chilly around areas like chicago. that's your national weather, now a kploeser ercloser look at your day ahead. the temperatures are definitely winter like in the great lakes, highs only in the 20s with breezy conditions. areas of the deep south and colorado, no complaints in kansas either, highs in the 70s. only our friends in northern new england. their spring is like april. march doesn't count. >> thanks so much, bill. much more on super tuesday just ahead, including new details on voter turnout. and we have the details of
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there's some shocking new revelations from declassified documents seized where osama bin laden was killed. one letter showed that he seemed paranoid. and another believed to be his will, the al qaeda leader bequeathed $29 million to fund the jihad. and thousands of mourners attended the funeral of guindon. she was killed on her first day of her job. and vetoed a transgender bathroom bill.
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governor rejected the bill after the human rights campaign and the aclu called it discriminatory. and caitlyn jenner also called on him to veto it. and watch this toddler falling out of a a van when the back door flipped out. he didn't notice his 2-year-old grandson was missing. he eventually returned and luckily a stranger kept his grandson safe. and in massachusetts, a dog namedifiedo o fido doesn't know what to make of the robo-dog. so, as the dust from super tuesday cleared, we can look deeper into the exit poll data. we found something very promising for republicans but
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>> we can tell you everything you're saying on the republican side, this is what we've been seeing the whole year. they're shattering records. having their best turnout ever. on the flip side, we've been seeing it down on the democrats side. since the last time they had one of these competitive primaries, that was 2008, obama. virginia, down 14%. vermont, down 13%. massachusetts, down 5, georgia down 2. look, there's two ways to look at that. one is bernie sanders, the entire message of his campaign is this is a political revelationrev revolution revolution, it's going to bring all these new people to the process that have never participated before. if that was coming to fruition, they would be shattering records.
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say yes, it's troubling the turn out is up and the democratic turnout is down. but they would say 2008 is something we may never see again. that race between hillary clinton and barack obama and the type of support that both of them motivated, the iraq war, post katrina, bush fatigue. there were so many factors in the air in 2008 that it's a little unfair to compare the democrats of 2008 to the democrats of any future. >> and we have the numbers right here. as of 3:30 a.m. eastern, the super tuesday turnout has nearly flipped from 2008. something candidates in both parties will be looking to play into their favor.. and more emotional testimony from sports reporter, erin andrews. she talks about the trauma she still feels years after a
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for a second day, sports reporter, erin andrews, testified in her $75 million civil trial. on tuesday, the defense got their chance to cross examine erin andrews. she's suing her stocker and the hotel.
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she's never recovered from. >> reporter: another emotional day on the stand. >> i know i'm not fine. >> reporter: erin andrews describes the daily nightmare of that secretly taped viral video. >> always need to talk to somebody about this because this will always be on the internet. >> reporter: she was emotionple. >> what happens when my kids when home to school and they said kids are saying you're naked on the internet. >> reporter: she says she now does a thorough sweep of every hotel room. her testimony complete. >> plaintiff erin andrews rests her case. >> reporter: it's now up to the defense to make their case. first up former espn reporter. the hotel's legal team trying to convince the jury, seven women
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shouldn't pay for a video that wasn't their fault and didn't damage her career. andrews argued back saying her work is her escape. >> i've been over compensating in my life. i feel if i can do the top nfl game and pass out the trophy then people will forget. >> reporter: but she says she wants the jury to remember. morgan radford, nbc news, nashville. >> meanwhile, espn responded to earlier testimony that she was only allowed back to work after giving a sit-down interview. just ahead, j.k. rowelling has exciting news for harry
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editorial boards to the cherry hill courier posts called on a recall effort should christie fail to step down. the two top republican leaders blasted donald trump for his slow condemnation of the kkk and indorsement by former clansman, david duke. and this came as gop voters made their way to the polls super tuesday night. and secret service to investigate incident with time photographer. secret service officials defended the actions of one agent who threw down a time magazine photographer at a trump rally and they admitted they're working to learn the exact circumstancess that led to the incident. the actor known for his
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well, super tuesday certainly lived up to its name for more, lets's go to tracie potts live in washington. >> reporter: it was actually souper for the republicans in every state except vermont, they literally saw record turnout in every state except bernie sanders's home state and we have the new delegate counts today. clinton has pulled far ahead of sanders. and ted cruz after winning texas and a few other states still has donald trump looking overhis his shoulder. donald trump and hillary clinton. >> i'm so delighted to be here with you in florida. >> reporter: both looking ahead after sweeping super tuesdays.
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texas where trump wants to build a wall. >> instead of building walls, we're going to break down barriers. >> reporter: bernie sanders won alabama, arkansas, and his home state of vermont. >> the people who know me best have voted so strongly to put me in the white house. >> reporter: he's vowing to steal florida from marco rubio in two weeks. >> once we get all of this finished, i'm going after one person, that's hillary clinton. >> reporter: ted cruz now declaring triple victory. he'sler begging everyone else to drop out now. >> that's the only way to beat donald trump. >> reporter: but marco rubio says he's going nowhere. >> i will campaign as long as it takes and wherever it takes to insure that i am the next
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>> reporter: this race a chess game with few moves left but no one quite ready to call check mate. especially john kasich, he's still holding out to win his home state of ohio. that's in two weeks with florida. royal caribbean's anthem of the seas is returning after cutting yet another short cruise. and they encountered a storm with waves up to 30 feet high. happy birthday to rebel wilson, 36, oo 7 star, daniel craig and bon jovi is 54. thanks for watching "early
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have coming up today on agday - a voluntary federal labeling bill moves its way through the senate. ceos discuss the key issues they're focusing on for row crop farmers this year. in agribusiness- brian roach talks input costs as plant '16 begins/nears. growers are going to want to make sure they're talking to their suppliers about how much they intend to use and don't get caught short. and forget a ground plot, chicago companies take to the skies to grow leafy greens. good morning i'm betsy jibben. clinton is on assignment. many farm groups are praising the senate ag committee this morning after passing a bill that creates a national g-m-o labeling standard. the

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